Secor is a place of distinct contrasts. Tall timber gives way to second growth forest, rolling sandy areas fade to lowlands that are usually wet, and thickets open into meadows and prairies. Some of Secor's many distinguishing characteristics include its location in the Oak Openings Region and northwest Ohio's largest concentration of native dogwood and a restored tallgrass prairie. Secor is also home to the National Center for Nature Photography, a gallery open weekends from noon to 5 p.m.
10001 W. Central Ave. (six miles west of I-475), Berkey.
Additional entrances on Bancroft St.
Open 7 a.m. until dark every day.